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Cemetery Saturday : Tragic epitaphs at Village Cemetery in New Ipswich, NH

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Brrrr, it’s 43 degrees outside and not much warmer inside. Perhaps fall has fully arrived.

One of Saturday photo themes I follow is… 159 more words

New Ipswich

Beyond the grave

Beyond the grave by gav_j_duncan (http://ift.tt/1Q3jTxg) at February 26, 2013 at 01:38PM (via http://ift.tt/1Vs3sCM)
Abercorn graveyard near queensferry


October 1st! Countdown to Halloween!

Nothing better than a 16×20 print of a gravestone on your wall to spice your Halloween Decor up this Halloween season. Click on the image for print and canvas size options as well as merchandise.

Cremation Switchback at Bangor is y Coed

In a previous entry, I discussed a phenomenon I have referred to as ‘cremation switchback’.

Many churchyards in England and Wales display a horizontal stratigraphy of expansion during the 20th and early 21st centuries. 365 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

The Majesty of Side-Lit Gravestones

“The biggest improvement in my photos since I learned to take the lens cap off.” ~ ajmexico

The next big thing, not only in my own genealogy, but also for the genealogical research services that I will begin to offer this fall, will be gravestone photos lit from the side by an off-camera flash. 521 more words


The Mysterious Case of the 112-year-old Woman

ahvdiú. ni. akun. CXII

Ahvdio daughter of Ni. 112 years

Oscan inscription on plaster. Teanum Sidicinum, c. 200 BC. Imagines Italicae: Teanum Sidicinum 24; Sabellische Texte: Po 51.

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Tombstone Tuesday: Timothy and Odile (Millette) Adam

Timothy and Odile (Millette) Adam experienced nearly forty years of marriage together that were anything but ordinary.

Timothy, baptized in St. Pie, Quebec on 8 August 1846, the son of Timothée Adam and… 1,462 more words